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|Symbol:||Two human hands holding each other by the wrist|
|Portfolio:||Retribution, altruism, protection, social justice.|
|Clergy Alignments:||NG, CG.|
|Domains:||Retribution, Good, Protection, Healing|
 Servomnis, Protector of All
Servomnis, sometime spelled "Zervomnis", depicted in one of two forms. The first being dull grey commoners clothes with a leather belt that the clasp is of two hands clenching each other by the wrist, the holy symbol or Zervomnis. In this form, he is unarmored and is seen carrying a small unconscious boy in his arms. The second being a suit of solid platinum full plate armor adorned with his holy symbol. In this form he is often depicted weilding his greatsword in one hand with his other hand protecting the same small boy hiding behind him. His face is never depicted and is covered with a faceless, white mask.
Protect thy fellow man. Cause no harm upon another.
Seek that thine actions serve only to advance those who would be directly affected with as little regard to thy own well-being.
There is no greater good than to give one's own life to save a single stranger.
When thy brother is weak, carry him. When he is ill, tend to him. When he is wrathful, love him.
Thus is my word.
(Take much inspiration from the Bible. Read Luke 6:20-38 of the Sermon on the Plain)